|AudioStoa 8 - J. Villeneuve|
This week's program features readings from Book 1, Chapter 8 of Epictetus' Discourses, entitled "That the faculties are not safe to the uninstructed." In this discourse, Epictetus is arguing for the priority of the moral training (and the proper logical training it presupposes) to any other kind of endeavor.
Keywords: epictetus; stoicism; philosophy
|MUSONIUS RUFUS STOIC FRAGMENTS - Cora Lutz|
Lutz, Cora E. "Musonius Rufus, the Roman Socrates" Yale Classical Studies 10 (1947): 3-147
Keywords: Rufus; Stoicism; Epictetus; Socrates
|Hellenistic Philosophy - Richard Heyduck|
Philosophy from the Mediterranean world after Aristotle
Keywords: Stoicism; Epicureanism; hedonism
|A TRIADE DO GUERREIRO ESTOICO - JAMES BOND STOCKDALE|
DUAS PALESTRAS DE JAMES BOND STOCKDALE SOBRE ESTOICISMO, COM VERBETES SOBRE EPICTETO E FLAVIO ARRIANO. ORGANIZAÃÃO: ALDO DINUCCI E ALEXANDRE CABECEIRAS.
Keywords: STOCKDALE; ETHICS; STOICISM; EPICTETUS
|AudioStoa 9 - J. Villeneuve|
This week's episode features readings from Book 1, Chapter 9 of Epictetus' Discourses, entitled "How from the fact that we are akin to God may a man proceed to the consequences."
Keywords: epictetus; stoicism; philosophy
AudioStoa 4 continues our exploration of Epictetus' Discourses. This week's program features readings from Book I, Chapter 4 of the Discourses entited "Of Progress or Improvement" introduced by a passage bearing on the same topic, chapter fourty-nine of the Manual. The small bit of conversation used in the Discourses passage concerning "Crito" is voiced by Socrates in Plato's dialogue of the same name...
Keywords: stoicism; epictetus; podcast; philosophy
|Die freiheit des Christen nach Paulus und die freiheit des weisens nach der jüngeren Stoa - Bismarck, Friedrich Ernst, 1881-|
Keywords: Bible; Liberty; Stoicism
|AudioStoa 20 - J .Villeneuve|
This episode features readings from Book 1, Chapter 20 of Epictetus' Discourses, entitled "How the reasoning faculty contemplates itself."
Keywords: stoicism; ethics; philosophy; epictetus; stoic
|Meditations - Marcus Aurelius|
Marcus Aurelius wrote Meditations in Greek while on campaign between 170 and 180, as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement. These memos survive and continue to inspire others to this day. These writings take the form of quotations varying in length from one sentence to long paragraphs. He explicates the Stoic philosophy that the only way a man can be harmed by others is to allow his reaction to overpower him...
Keywords: philosophy; stoicism; marcus aurelius; meditations
|Insight Radio: Epictetus and the Road to Happiness - Patrick McCarty|
Patrick McCarty discusses the writings of Epictetus and makes the case that he still, 20 centuries on, is a radical thinker, a life-changing influence. For a complete archive of shows, see http://www.tutorchicagoland.com
Keywords: epictetus; stoicism; happiness; power of now; tolle; krishnamurti; wisdom; spirituality
|Handbüchlein der stoischen Moral - Epiktet|
LibriVox recording of Handbüchlein der stoischen Moral, by Epiktet. Read by redaer. Encheiridion, stoische Regeln für ein zufriedenes Leben. Knapp und ausgezeichnet. Geschrieben von Epiktet (ca. 50-138). Übersetzung durch Carl Conz von 1864. (Summary by redaer) This reading is in German. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording...
Keywords: librivox; philosophy; audiobook; audiobuch; German; Deutsch; Epiktet; Stoicism; Moral
|Epiktet und das Neue Testament|
1911 book by renown German scholar Adolf. F. Bonhöffer. Bonhöffer wrote three books on Epictetus. This is the 3rd in the series. The first two volumes are Epiktet und die Stoa 1890; Die Ethik des Stoikers Epiktet 1894. It compares the Koine Greek vocabulary of Epictetus to the vocabulary of the New Testament.
Keywords: Epictetus; Epiktet; New Testament; Neue Testament; Discourses; Enchiridion; Encheiridion; koine; stoicism
|Epistulae Morales Selectae - Lucius Annaeus Seneca|
LibriVox recording of Epistulae Morales Selectae, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca. Read in Latin by Malone. Seneca is an important repository of Stoic doctrine. His reputation, based on the ancient testimony, has remained ambiguous down to the present day: he was a Stoic hero who attempted to advise Nero, he was a dissolute hypocrite, he was a Christian saint. That said, his letters provided a format for philosophical discourse that long remained valid for Western Europe...
Keywords: LibriVox; audiobook; ancient philosophy; stoicism; philosophy; Latin literature; Seneca the younger; ancient history
|Trostschrift an Marcia - Lucius Annaeus Seneca|
LibriVox recording of Trostschrift an Marcia, by Lucius Annaeus Seneca. Read by redaer. Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 v. Chr.–65 n. Chr.) gibt stoische Grundsätze zum Tod und zur Trauer. Übersetzung durch Albert Forbiger (1798-1878) von 1867. (Zusammenfassung von redaer) This reading is in German. For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording...
Keywords: LibriVox; audiobook; philosophy; Philosophie; German; Deutsch; Seneca; Tod; Trauer; Stoizismus; Stoicism; Moral
|Stoicism - George Stock|
LibriVox recording of Stoicism, by George Stock. Read by Leon Mire. This short book is part of the Philosophies Ancient and Modern series, which attempts to make Western philosophy more accessible to the general public. In this volume, George Stock provides a concise primer on Stoicism, the ancient philosophy that maintained that the universe is governed entirely by fate, and that humans can achieve happiness only by cultivating a calm acceptance of the vicissitudes of life...
Keywords: librivox; literature; audiobook; philosophy; stoicism; ancient greece; ancient rome; ethics; metaphysics; logic; george stock
|Episode 15 - Stoic Living with Prof. William Irvine - Panopticon Podcast|
On this episode we speak with Prof. William Irvine about his newest book, "The Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy." We go through not only the history and basic tenets of Stoicism, but delve deeply into how William has found this philosophy to be such an important guide to how we live our lives positively and gratefully. It's a very informative and important talk and we wholeheartedly thank Prof...
Keywords: William Irvine; A Guide to the Good Life; stoic; philosophy; stoicism; Seneca; Epictetus; Marcus Aurelius; Zeno of Citium; Panopticon
|Jonah Dempcy - Answering Critiques of Personality Typology as Normative and Unfalsifiable (2012) - Jonah Dempcy|
Answering Critiques of Personality Typology as Normative and Unfalsifiable; and, Some Thoughts On Jungian Type Theory and the Ego Functions Recording date: 12-26-2012 I spend the first part of the talk addressing concerns about personality typology theory from two opposing sides, the humanities and the hard sciences. From the humanities side, typology is critiqued as perpetuating normativity, as presenting itself as ahistorical or universal, as presenting simple dual relations (thinking/feeling,...
Keywords: typology; type theory; psychoanalytic theory; psychoanalysis; psychology; falsifiability; normativity; humanities; hard science; sensing type; intuiting type; feeling type; thinking type; societal norms; Marie-Louise von Franz; Jung; Hillman; Myers-Briggs; Keirsey; Horney; Niebuhr; Stoicism; ptypes.com; inferior function; conformists; default personality type; deconstruction; sexual difference; Zizek; Hitchens; intuition; sensation; judgment; axiology; pride; introversion; extraversion; temperament; attitude
|America's Decline (1983) v2 - OLIVER, Revilo P., Prof.|
Revisionist history, ethnology, nationalism, politics, race and philosophy. Revised format PDF to single page (not landscape).
Keywords: Academics, Adolf Hitler, Alexander the Great, America Western Man, Aristotle, Arnold Toynbee, Aryan, Ashkenazim, Balfour Declaration, British Empire, Brooks Adams, Caesar, Canaanites, Chambers, Charles Heckethorn, Cicero, Communism, Council On Foreign Relations, de Gaulle, Disraeli, Dr Jung, Dr. Nahum Goldman, Dreyfus, Drumont, Duvalier, Edmund Burke, Eighteenth Amendment, Eisenhower, England, Eric Voegelin, Erwin Schramm, ethnology, Fabian Socialists, Fascists, First World War, France, Freudian, Galbraith, Gerhart Niemeyer, Germany, goyim, Great Fire of London, Guarani Indians, Haiti, Hitler, Holocaust, human rights, India, Institut de France, Irving Babbitt, Jack Kennedy, Japan, Jesuits, Jews, John Birch Society, Kabbalists, Keynes, Lazare, Lothrop Stoddard, Marcionite, Mendelian, Mycenae, National Socialist, National Weekly, Nesta Webster, Nihilism, Nuremberg, One World, Palestine, Paul Rassinier, Pearl Harbor, Philo, Pliny, politics and philosophy, Prohibition, Protestants, Renaissance, Reverend Father Denis Fahey, revisionist history, Rome, Russell Maguire, Russia, Schopenhauer, Semites, Senator McCarthy, Seneca, Sephardic, Sir Arthur Keith, Socialism, Socrates, Spain, Spengler, Stoicism, subversion, Thaddeus Stevens, Turko-Mongolian, Tyler Kent, United Nations, United States, Veritas Foundation, Westbrook Pegler, White House, Wilson, World Jewish Congress, Yockey, Zionism